These Florida newlyweds sold their house so quickly they were forced to move in with his parents until they could find a new house for themselves. With a $300,000 budget, these two are hoping to get everything they want in their next home, including a waterfront view. But finding everything they want in St. Augustine's trendy real estate market may be more difficult than they expected.
A single gal in Ashtabula, Ohio, is seeking a move-in-ready Colonial-style home. Her boyfriend is a real estate investor and thinks it'd be wiser of her to build equity with a fixer-upper.
New Jersey buyers can't agree on just how much house they should buy in their newly-adopted city of Atlanta, Georgia. He is practical-minded and wants to downsize from their previous 4,200-square-foot home, while she wants a much larger place that has wow factor.
A couple and their five kids need room to spread out, so they're hunting for a large single-family home. They need at least four bedrooms, but are also hoping to have enough space for a music studio, an office and a large lot.
A couple with three daughters decides to relocate from Pittsburgh to Rancho Cucamonga, California. She wants a pool, but he's not convinced. He wants a ranch-style home, but she wants a two-story with all the bedrooms upstairs. Before they move their whole family across the country, they'll have to find a home the whole family will love.
After years of dealing with high rents, a New York City couple has decided to move their family back to her hometown of Bethlehem in upstate New York so they can buy a home and open an Irish pub. But while she wants a single story ranch that's move-in ready, he wants a two-story brick Cape Cod that needs work.
A family is making their dream of living near the water come true on Merritt Island, Florida. But she prefers a fixer-upper, while he wants something move-in ready.
Having one bathroom for five people is just not working anymore, so an upstate New York family is on the hunt for a bigger place. He would like to have his own spot at the dining room table, rather than having to sit on a fold-out chair like he currently does. Most importantly, they want a huge master suite with a bathroom they don't have to share with the kids.
A married couple moving from Michigan dreams of spending the rest of their lives on sandy beaches in Florida. While they both want a big back yard patio and pool, he has his heart set on a ranch with a private lot and no neighbors, but she has her sights set on a spacious Mediterranean-style home where she can have big holiday gatherings.
When empty nesters Tom and Terri decided to relocate from Ohio to Indiana for Tom's new job, they didn't know that the city of Santa Claus existed. Now, they're one hundred percent set on buying a home there. He wants a yard big enough for a riding lawnmower and she wants extra bedrooms for when the kids visit. They both want a lakefront home that's move-in ready, a stretch on their limited budget. Will Santa Claus deliver?
A family of four moves away from their gorgeous farm in eastern Pennsylvania, and into a home located near the historic city of Bethlehem, also known as The Christmas City. While he wants a move-in ready home with little to no projects, she's looking for something they can customize and make their own.
Brett and Travis are relocating from Chicago to LaCrosse, Wisconsin, for work and are hoping to find at least a 3-bedroom, 2-bath home under their $300,000 budget. But one would like an older house with lots of character to renovate themselves, while the other wants something completely updated and modern.
A family in Holly, Michigan, need to find a house that has space for their kids, but they're torn about what kind of property to buy. Do they want a house with lots of acres for their family to roam and play, or do they want a home on the water to enjoy more days on the family's boat?
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